Norma Jean - #120 - 14 Palomino Quarter Horse Mare
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|Number:||#120 Norma Jean|
|Status||Sold on 8/28/2017|
|Date Available||8/7/2017 to 8/28/2017|
|Age/Color/Gender||14 Years(Approx) / Palomino / Mare|
|Breed(s)||Quarter Horse |
|Broke?||Yes Led thru the auction|
DescriptionNorma Jean is a gorgeous mare who is said to be broke for anyone to ride, including kids and older people. The previous owner said she came up lame about 4-5 months ago. They had pulled her shoes and turned her out after that. They said their boys lost interest anyway, so they took her to the sale. Norma Jean was sold as unsound and did seem tender in the front, but did not have any issue trotting and galloping around her pen area. Norma Jean did seem nervous in the back pen area after the auction, but did seem to do better once turned out in the larger area with 2 other mares. I did not tape her, but she stands at least 15hh and has a nice solid build.
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